GN Bureau | September 18, 2015
India has witnessed a season of ban in past few months. From the films and documentaries to egg ban to beef ban to temporary meat ban to porn ban, the bans have even tried to invade our privacy and has also interfered with the choice of our meal. But we feel there are more important things that should be banned than telling a person what to eat and what to watch.
We asked our readers about what according to them are the things that should be genuinely banned and received some good response. We also researched and found what is being discussed over #Ban
Here is a list:
1. VIP culture
2. Paid media
3. Parliament canteen
4. Fairness creams
5. Moral policing
6. Donation in educational institutions
7. Open defecation
8. Foul language
9. Plastic bags
10. Cutting down trees
11. Spitting on road
12. Parliament logjam
we should ban politicians shouting and fighting in the parliament..#ban theban— Shailendra Singh (@ShailendraS7) September 11, 2015
Meanwhile, comedy group East India Comedy and stand up comic Abhish Mathew's latest video is about the other things that the government can ban. Here is the video:
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